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Graphic Converter


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I have installed Graphic Converter as a trial but whenever I try to convert an image - it says that I don't have enough privileges [even though I am logged on as the Administrator].

Is this because it is only in the 'trial' version? It looks as if this is the exact program I require although if it won't convert anything - it is impossible to know.

Thank you.
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I have installed Graphic Converter as a trial but whenever I try to convert an image - it says that I don't have enough privileges [even though I am logged on as the Administrator].

Is this because it is only in the 'trial' version? It looks as if this is the exact program I require although if it won't convert anything - it is impossible to know.

Thank you.
I have it, very good..
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ok, whatever the image is, go to it in the finder, select it, click File>get info. in the get info window, look under the tab 'ownership & permissions', make sure it says read & write, and under details, it should also say read & write. that should do it.
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